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the general public through that. >> reporter: cleveland browns player josh cribbs getting ready to play tonight tweeted, "it's about time. it was definitely necessary." the refs, underdogs when the talks began, ended up getting what they wanted. a pay boost and more pension money in the aftermath of the now infamous call. now, the ref who made the call on monday stands by it, he says he made the right call. that quote now really just a footnote as the real refs get a warm reception back on the gridiron. george? >> i bet they will, david. thank you. >>> and now to what could be a break in a very cold case. what happened to jimmy hoffa, the union boss who disappeared 37 years ago? there have been all kinds of rumors about where he ended up, and now, thanks to a death bed tip, this mystery might soon be solved. abc's john donvan is on the beat. >> reporter: following a tip from a dying man, police are looking at this property in roseville, michigan, at the driveway, to be specific, under which may lie the solution to a 37-year-old national mystery. whatever happened to jimmy hoffa? and whe
, there are refs ready to go for tomorrow night's browns/ravens game. if the deal gets done in the next 24 hours the rest of the refs could be on the field sunday. either way the refs taken for granted no longer. >>> thank you so much. dan. now we turn to an uprising in the school cafeteria. schools say healthy lunches now mandated under federal guidelines are leaving them hungry. the new menu is supposed to help fight obesity but the kids are fighting back with a song and raising questions what's enough. we want to know what's happening with the lunches they're getting. abc's senior national correspondent, jim avila, has more. >> it's a lunch room revolt. ♪ i need to get some food today ♪ >> reporter: students and teachers at this kansas high school, creating a viral video protesting of the new calorie-cutting menus in their cafeteria. they say they're just not getting enough to eat. ♪ we are hungry >> reporter: their complaint new usda school lunch guidelines, rolled out this fall, limiting calories to fight the obesity epidemic among america's youth. the new nutritionist recommended rul
, that was easy. >> reporter: pythius brown stole $800,000 in a four-year period. he said he would be tipped off and overhead cameras weren't working and others did the same thing. >> it became massive. >> reporter: massive? >> yeah. >> reporter: you weren't the only one? >> no. >> reporter: in our own investigation, involving ten major airports with a history of problems, abc news checked backs with ipads and cash and left behind ipads at tsa checkpoints. all the luggage made it past tsa safely. and at carry-on checkpoints, tsa screening officers did exactly what they are trained to do. >> please come back to claim your item. >> reporter: but it was a different story in orlando, where our ipad was last seen in the hands of this tsa officer, andy ramirez. two hours later, we were able to track the ipad, as it left the airport and ended up at the tsa officer's home. brian ross from abc news. give me a hand here. we're looking for a missing ipad. >> missing ipad? >> reporter: yeah. when we went to reclaim the i pad two weeks later, ramirez, at first, denied having it. >> okay. >> reporter: is it h
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